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the best. >> let's listen to bill clinton now, and he talks about how lonely he is. >> being i. you sunk my battleship. yes! >> i want to thank the academy for this tremendous honor. this may be the greatest moment of my life. i mean, ever since i was a little boy, i've wanted to be a real actor. >> all right, so, we are back and i'm sitting here because mark lamont hill got up and left me. and joining us, our tech guy who's going to join us for the top of the hour. a final thought from you, miss gold, before we go? >> i'm really excited to see the great speeches we have tonight. i'm interested to see how much obama skewers himself. he tends to make superficial jokes about himself. george w. bush was known for skewering himself, how people thought he was dumb or something, so he played along with it. i hope obama goes for himself really deeply this year. >> all right, guys, thank you, everyone. appreciate it. i'm don lemon, our special coverage from the white house correspondents' dinner continues. >>> tonight, the stars are out in washington, d.c.. >> this is a hollywood crowd. >> it's the
the extensive and heated hearings with secretary clinton. >> we are still not getting documents and we've asked for a subpoena and asked them to turn over things we've requested. when we will be get ought -- get all of the documents. secretary clinton now has a responsibility to make sure his state department is releasing all of the documents we requested. >> ands ayou know -- as you know, harry reid said this is an election year stunt and are there any mistakes the committee could make to give the impression the hearing is laced with political motive. >> here is what is interesting. it is obvious the president was trying to stall this coming out before 2012 and he knows this originated during an election year stunt from the white house. we are only asking for facts. they are not democrat or republican facts, they are just facts. released how this came about so the american people can solve this and move on. this could have been resolved a year ago but because they are slowly releasing documents or with holding documents we are still fighting the battle. let's get this out and move on. the acco
clinton. >>> and a new generation of power. one city's plans to transform landfills into sources of energy. it's today's big idea. >>> it is also derby day. with horse names like wicked strong, junk in the trunk, and thissier's favorite, california chrome, will we get our first triple crown winner in 36 years? we'll go to churchill downs as well. good saturday to you. i'm craig melvin. in ukraine, they're calling it war. right now the military is desperately trying to take back portions of that country from pro-russian separatists. it all came to a bloody head friday when at least 42 people were killed in odessa as fires and gunfights broke out during violent clashes between pro and anti-russian groups. 125 people were hurt yesterday. russia's president vladimir putin is blaming the surge in violence on ukraine and the west as well. it's putting new pressure on the white house to find a way to force russia to withdraw. nbc's kristen welker is live for us at the white house with more this afternoon. kristen, first of all, what are president obama's options here? >> well, he doesn't have a w
. former secretary state hillary clinton is getting another boost to her expected but not announced plans to run for president. senator tim kaine says he's ready for hillary, saying she's shown grace handling all problems in her years of public service. >>> the scene of yesterday's violent clashes. it was the deadliest day in months. at least 42 people were killed overnight as fire broke out amid protests in the southern port city of odessa. pro-russian separatists and government supporters clashed in the streets and threw firebombs and stones as riot police attempted to suppress the flare-up. today, russian foreign minister sergey lavrov said the u.s. should call on ukraine to halt its military operations but he did agree on b on the need to a to the agreement made in geneva. we touched base a short time ago with correspondent james match who's on the ground there. >> reporter: the authorities here in ukraine insist their offensive to regain control of the eastern part of their country is not over. despite a day of setbacks yesterday in which they lost men and at least two helicopters. t
clinton's very first dinner. he had a big hollywood following. they all wanted to come to the dinner. she said then of course when barak obama came to dinner, it became even bigger, during those two administrations, we are seeing a big influx of hollywood stars this whole week, really. >> and everything in between those two administrations. okay. thank you so much. we appreciate it. wing will forward it to. of course, we'll be covering it this evening. cnn gives you the best seat in the house for the coeur d'alene sp -- correspondence dinner. tune in. coming up in 30 minutes, we're counting down to the fastest two minutes in sports and a possible historic kentucky derby win. and at 3:00 from tornado to flooding, chad meyers looks back at this week's wild and dangerous weather. see you in 30 minutes. "your money" starts right now. >>> a decisive turn in the job market. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." like the movie, the u.s. economy was frozen in the first quarter. the polar vortex shrinking growth. but let it go. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ >> there is a spring thaw and jo
the pay $35,000 for the important it appears trip hillary clinton got more support for a presidential campaign that has not been officially announced. democratic senator of such a hill and joyce endorses she says the run. >> : speaking at a breakfast third democratic hurricane says that clinton say is a shows great for wanting to be president. none is not yet announced whether she will seek the nomination but she does believe democratic contenders can help the early polls. >> : >> : secretary of state john kerry says music star% to increase security and democracy for its people. he highlighted nigeria's of sedan somalia and spectral african republic ford sought stability and financial development. it is also calling for expansion on the area putting up teen- agers restored himself away. it is now returning home. but above the forecast only come back[doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a
committee can discover, this is whether or not it goes up to the president and secretary clinton. >> do you see this as designed to thwart a hillary clinton effort in 2016? >> michael, let me get to it in one second. i think in what christian has said, this is the guts of it. i've been an intelligence officer for 20 years, and the first thing you are taught is that first reports are often wrong. and i think in your interview, and in fact in the beth jones e-mail and the ben rhodes discussion of the talking points what you see is a white house trying to get to the bottom of what happened. it was not clear what happened initially. and again, i just don't understand why the committees, after nine hearings, close to 50 briefings from the administration on the issue, are not focusing on trying to fix the problems, for example, such as greater support for our diplomats abroad. quick diplomatic security forces where they're needed and making sure the department of defense and state can defend. >> so do you think it is politically motivated with an eye toward secretary clinton running in 2016? >> w
agrippa's clinton did not die for 43 minutes tuesday after being injected with a new combination of drugs. execution was disrupted. he began convulsing try to lift his head he says something is wrong. oklahoma authorities cut scribbling to review the problem. one reason the drugs were not taking effect the convicts veins had collapsed. the problem that and notice. the president is getting involved calling for our review of the death penalty nationwide. >> : a discuss with others to get an analysis of what steps have been taken not just in this particular instance but more broadly in this area. i think we do have to as a society as ourselves some difficult profound questions. u.s. world only a handful of countries that still carries out the death penalty penalty and criminals. the constitution and its cruel and unusual punishment for years the preferred method has been that weasel injection. to avert a form of cocktail of drugs. there's been a series of high-profile botched executions as a result of other problem short of what each of reliable drug trade >> : raising questions your word as
. want to run for president? >> good question. i think hillary clinton is going to run. she will be a good candidate. there are republican governors who have done terrific jobs in their states. scott walker, chris christie. job inh did a great florida. i think republican governors have shown you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate or your citizens, be fair to your citizens, and run the state wisely so the future is not jeopardized. i think that is the lesson we will try and convey, hopefully -- whether you are democrat or republican -- that there is a path here. , the greatocqueville french political philosopher, system ofamerican democracy will prosper until such time as the -- politicians is covered they can bribe the public with their own money." it is a path to destruction. it will not make for a better future. it will destroy them. >> all right, he is quite a character. and to steveph wynn for that. coming up, the unemployment rate did drop and the payrolls did increase. i will speak to the vice chair energy and commerce committee, marsha blackburn joining
can debate whether it costs jobs or not. i remember when we raised the minimum wage under bill clinton we had the best following years of job creation we've had in the last 60 years. you can't debate the fact that when you raise the minimum wage it has the effect of raising other salaries up and up as well so i think there's a lot of stuff in the democratic arsenal and particularly the point larry makes is a good one what. do the republicans have to say about the economy? cutting taxes and lowering regulation? we tried that in the bush years, and it was a total failure. >> no, no. hang on a second. front page of the "new york times." bill clinton in his second term or actually after he got shell lacked in '94, and he's proud of this, and i'm going to back clint on on this. he was a great economic president. you know why? he was a supply-sider in his second term. he lowered the capital gains tax and participated in a deal with gingrich on welfare reform, on free trade. he did all the right things. those guys cut spending. that's the kind of agenda we need right now. here's one for you.
is about a run-in with the secret service and president clinton. what happened there? >> well, it was jackie robinson day, the first ever that they had, and they were going to retire jackie robinson's number, 42, throughout all of baseball, and president clinton decided the night before that he kind of wanted to be a part of the ceremonies. overnight shea stadium transformed into something that more resembled la guardia airport that there were metal detectors placed all over the place, and mr. met, myself at the time, couldn't get his big noggin through a lot of the metal detectors which caused a backlog in the line. you know, there was a little bit of metal in my head. the wands would go off when nypd was frisking me. they threw me up against the wall and put the cuffs on me. secret service was having none of that. they kind of -- they kind of, like, took me aside and said, mr. met, we're not going to bother you anymore. do what it is you normally do, but just so you know, there's snipers all around the ring of the stadium. approach the president, we go for the kill shot. >>
at straws to try to hurt hillary clinton or whatever. you can see the global media doesn't care. >> we saw the general testifying yesterday, getting emotional saying, you know, it could have been prevented had the state department really sort of tipped them off. and so my question at newt. let me throw this at you, you know, if hillary clinton does run in 2016, how does she answer those questions about what her state department did or did not do? >> she has a real challenge because last month, for example, more tweets about benghazi than there were about hillary clinton. this isn't going to go away. it's really about honesty and about accountability and transparency. but i do want to say a word and praise the white house press corps. this was the wrong place to raise that issue. it's a big deal. i think they focused on ukraine correctly. >> okay. let me end with this, something the three of us were talking about at commercial break. i do want to talk about basketball with you two. and newt, i know you are the ideas guy and i know you have an idea when it comes to the ownership of the l.a.
was a united states senator in 2012 when the attack occurred, hillary clinton was the secretary of state. i'm not sure what he'll be able to add as far as what happened during those critical few days. this is an issue that could hover over the former secretary if she decides to run for president. >> we've heard her testify on this issue in the past. it's clearly something that's an important issue for her. an emotional issue because of four people being killed. it's going to be something that comes up on the campaign trail, should she decide to run. but this is a way for republicans to kind of get into this whole notion of the president's foreign policy. has it been effective in fighting terror? and this is something they're going to use. >> some good news for the president, those job numbers we reported ted top of the hour, almost 300,000 new jobs created last month alone, 288,000 to be specific. >> you notice, it's the first thing the president talked about when he was doing this press conference, was angela merkel. >> he said my good friend angela, i want to start off -- >> i just want t
polls and considered a top contender to a hillary clinton run in 2016. but now a report says some republican fund raisers even some in the new jersey area with considering jumping ship from christie for jeb bush as the former florida governor looks at a bid. jeb is also getting some support from his brother. >> i hope jeb runs. and i think he would be a great president. i have no clue what's on his mind. we'll talk when he's ready. i notice he's moving around the country quite a bit. >> doing well in polls. >> yeah. that's fine. they don't mean anything. for him i can guarantee he's not looking at a poll to decide whether or not he wants to run. it's internal. he's checking his core. as he said publicly, i'm thinking about my family. and he knows full well what a run for the presidency can do on family. after all, he's seen his dad and brother run for president. so jeb, if you need advice, give me a call. >> okay. it is worth noting according to a new quinnipiac university poll, jeb easily leads the rest of the 2016 pack in his home state. that includes marco rubio who i think peo
hillary clinton's problem. coming up, the sculpture created in the name of unity that is actually tearing one small town apart. awe. i'm not going to turn my head because it would be unfortunate. you need to see what they're doing in this little town. ♪ ♪ make every day, her day with a full menu of appetizers and entrées crafted with care and designed to delight. fancy feast. love served daily. >>> welcome back, everybody. earlier in the show we told you the owners on the nba's advisory committee unanimously voted to move forward tw the termination of donald sterling's ownership of the clippers. forbes values the clippers at $575 million. and the 30 teams stands at $19 billion. that's more than the gdp of 83 entire countries. a lot of cash. let's huddle around the water cooler and check in with lewis who has the troubles of the mayor. >> jon stewart is weighing in on rob ford's entry into rehab. zblfl what makes this less valuable? it's not the crazy thing that rob ford got caught going this week. >> another toronto paper released an audio tape recorded at a bar on monday. ford, who
clinton. she once again is implicated in what did she know, when did she know it? it was on her watch, not john kerry's watch. >> they should find a big bail of straw and grasp at it. this is grasping of straws. >> this has been litigated, relitigated. there's been a review process. it was really tough on this administration. they accepted all that stuff. this is one random e-mail. it's not even about benghazi. it's about the protest. they grabbed this and would run with it. what the republicans have done, they have perfected the art of taking a random fact and whipping it up into a conspiracy. this is a conspiracy theory looking for a conspiracy. >> you know, you're trying out for jay carney's job. this is an absurdity. this is a long e-mail written in the white house during the period we're talking about. >> yes. >> by the way that's factually wrong about egypt as much as it is factually wrong about benghazi but to suggest that -- >> here's the thing. >> to suggest this say random thing, look at the length of the e-mail. >> if you look at what is going on here, nothing has changed a
clinton is at 48%, rand paul 23, bloomberg 18 and jeb bush at 21. what is going on here? how much is based on these individuals? and how much is the fact that we're so sick and tired of nothing getting done in d.c. that we just blame everyone for it? >> i think clearly the american people have lost faith in d.c. as a city or a place where problems will get solved. they've lost faith for good reason. the polls may be more of just a lot of american voters just don't know those people. rand paul or jeb bush. a lot of americans haven't yet been introduced. if you were polling how many people have favorable views of barack obama back in 2006 he would also have low numbers. just because people didn't know who he was. the premise that the american people are sick and tired the of washington and the people who occupy washington has been true for four elections. obama has been successful in two presidential elections. definitely in 2008, less so in 2012. you can have some faith in that. but once he gets to washington he's largely been a disappointment especially for the independent voters in the mi
the administration put business concerns over the poor. >> what was bill clinton doing getting in bed with wall street and lowering capital gains tax. getting 6 million poor children health insurance coverage. >>> rob ford -- >> lewd comments about female rival in the race for mayor. >> the comments are gross. >> the other allegation is summed up in these images they allege it shows ron ford smoking crack. >> ron ford is not toronto. . >> first up, developing news as a massive storm system wreaks havoc from the south all the way to new england. we start in florida where a deadly explosion may have an unexpected link to days of flooding. that explosion rocked the jail in pensacola where two inmates are confirmed dead at this point. three are unaccounted for and another 150 are hurt. it's believed a gas leak ignited in the explosion, a leak that may have originated in a flooded laundry room. family members demanded answers. >> how do you think family members are feeling -- and i see more than two body bags come out of there. >> florida has seen historic rain with more than 2 feet of water over 26
. given download. but he and clinton had a decent interest a 580 to the bay bridge toll pleasant to probably spend about hunting huntington and intending an investigation is underway this morning on what started a 3 alarm house fire in san jose. her a home on foxworthy ave near south bascom around 9- 25 as last night. when firefighters arrived they found a two story home engulfed in flames. crews initially had a hard time getting access to the house because of some obstruction in the yard. occupants got out safely. the fire destroyed more than half of the house and appears to have started in the back of the home near the deck. asno firefighters were injured battling the fire. firefighters in antioch quickly put out a grass fire overnight. this is a new picture of the scene from the contra costa zoos county fire department. it started just after midnight and burned three acres on james donlon boulevard near pintail drive. it took firefighters a half caught crashno one was injured and and you can see behind me or a cold and rain and sent to go. ford gained said. the first 3500 and
. with hillary clinton always in mind there are voters to sway and dollars to save. >>> and the sterling reputation as his peer goes to work for the embattled owners and oprah eyes his team. is it time for the nfl to finally free the redskins. good morning, i'm chris jansing and we begin this may day hopefully kissing good-bye to a three-day storm that has been relentless. the same severe weather that churned up at least 79 tornadoes across several states has now left pockets across the east coast under water. one measuring station in pensacola, florida, recorded 27 inches of rain in 48 hours. it's being called the worst flooding in that state in 30 years. streets washed away, resident his to be rescued from their homes. in baltimore, and urban landslide. a street collapsed taking people's cars with it and flooding railroad tracks that run below street level. out west, the opposite problem, wildfires fueled by the santa ana winds are threatening homes in the community of rancho cucamonga. more than 1600 homes have been evacuated. we'll get more to meteorologist bill cairns in just a mome
what side of the aisle he's on. he was a clinton democrat. >> let's start about deals, tax inversions. how should this company think about tax inversions? the iconic nature of a company like that. for the first time thinking they want to effectively relocate for practical purposes at least the holing company is for tax purposes for a 5% spread on taxes. >> it's a billion dollars a year. >> and the uk tax system as being better than hours. what do we have to do? >> you have a short-term problem and long-term problem. i'm talking about political timetables. of course screams corporate tax reform. we need to reform corporate taxes in this country. both sides, you know, republicans and democrats agree on that. but tax reform takes a long time. that's why i say it's a long-term problem. if you just study history, the '86 tax reform act, other examples took a long time. three and four years actually from beginning to end occur. it is not going to happen quickly here. so the short-term question is, should we just sit back and let all of this happen. >> right. >> or should there be some inter
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attention was a drug to him as well. let's move on. bill clinton is defending his economic policies. not just to shape his own legacy but to neutralize criticism ahead of his wife's potential run. speaking at georgetown university, the former president pushed back after the administration put business concerns over where the former secretary of state was looking at him from the front row, clinton reflected on how his budget helped boost education and pave the way for the affordable care act. >> almost immediately we had several million children getting health insurance who couldn't get it. i don't know how many times i have read from the left bitter criticism about what a slug i was to sign the balanced budget act of '96 lowering the capital gains rate from 28% to 20%. you're afraid to decide that you think i made a mistake, but all the people that say, you know, what was bill clinton doing getting in bed with wall street and lowering the capital gains tax, he was getting 6 million poor children health insurance coverage. you can say clinton was lucky. he caught the tech boom. clint
of these people deserve it. >> republicans have leveled some of the harshest criticisms at hillary clinton. she was u.s. secretary of state at the time. she could be a potential 2016 political candidate. >> indeed. we're going to take a very short break on "cnn newsroom." just ahead, tornadoes that whipped through the u.s. over several days did extensive damage. >>> when we come back, we'll get a real feel for the scope of the devastation. take a look at that from the air. huh, 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that game show hosts should only host game shows? samantha, do you take kevin as your lawfully wedded husband... or would you rather have a new caaaaaar!!!! say hello to the season's hottest convertible... ohhh....and say goodbye to samantha. [ male announcer ] geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >>> a warning from the world health organization about a major threat to public health. >> yeah. it says disease-causing bacteria that resists antibiotics is spreading around the world. part of the report says a post antibi
clinton. they may like the president of the united states, ultimately accountability, what happened -- >> -- four dead people. forget the fancy words accountability. four dead americans. >> ultimately get answers to that and all this other stuff goes by the wayside. old news, get over it waste of time. well, if we are still learning new things it's not a waste of time now is it. >> no it isn't. panel, thank you. this is a fox news alert. gusty winds dangerously fanning the flames of a waging wildfire in southern california. more than 1,000 homes and several hundred schools evacuated in an area east of los angeles. for the latest we go live to phil showman. what's going on there? >> well, still no containment on this wildfire. record high temperatures and very dry conditions have led to high fire danger throughout southern california for the the past couple days and this morningx that's just what happened here in the community of rancho kook among go. cucamonga. a number of schools evacuated. all this happened when school was just beginning this morning. fortunately there was a massi
counselor, or a left wing politician, a politician famous, maybe hillary clinton of canada. if that makes sense. the big rival to ford. a conservative named john torrie. the three of them are duking it out. right now, rob ford is running second. will this impact him and push behind the conservative candidate. i will do rob ford's policies without distractions. the real question. people might vote for ford strategically to avoid a left winger getting in. >> interesting little sketch you gave us. if she is the hillary clinton of canada. i don't know who've the rob ford all of ka is. >> don't think we have one. >> an open question right now. >> robin doo little. thank you for the update on a pretty wild day on your reporting there. >> thank you, a lot, ari. >> absolutely. coming up. what happened to more than 200 girls kidnapped from a school dormitory. so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we helped sydney manage her debt and prioritize her goals, so she could really turn up the volu
clinton said it is arithmetic. but what the republicans are doing is not just race-based it is class-based. it is gender-based. their policies are flat-out against working class and middle class people in -- not only in ohio but in this country. and so again, the voters need to stand up. i applaud the president, big ups to him for standing up to them. big ups to the senate, to the democrats in the senate. and i tell you something, ed, they need to introduce this every single day every single day, continue to -- >> i agree. >> -- push back on what the republicans are doing. americans stand up for equality and justice for all. guess what raising the minimum wage, ed, is not only a moral issue, it's an economic issue as well. the more money people have, the more they will spend in the economy and the more they spend, the more jobs we create. so who is on the side of the citizens of the great -- not only the great state of ohio but of this country? we need to take it to them, ed, every chance we get. >> state senator nina turner of who who great to have you with us tonight. appreciate yo
the tea party. are dissatisfied with president obama and are basically cool with hillary clinton because she's not actually running anything right now. as if to boil our confusion down to a single data point. when asked which party they prefer to be in control of congress, the people spoke and basically said, who knows. it's 45-45. for those 10% who aren't sure, i'm wondering what they do all day? the reality is, what people say they want and the political choices they actually make are often totally contradictory. the majority of respondents in the poll say the economic and political systems are stacked against, quote, people like me. they believe that because of the growing income gap, america is no longer a country where the regular joe can get ahead. sounds like they'd like to have democrats in charge. they're proposing raising the minimum wage and preserving the social safety net. americans also want to be less active in world affairs while at the same time having a president who projects a global image of strength. that kind of sounds like rand paul. most disapprove of president ob
standing by. she's going to join us with a closer look at bush, clinton and the dynamic. >>> a frightening new look at growing terror around the world. it's not the usual suspects. what the u.s. is now most concerned about. stand by. true business-grade internet comes with secure wifi for your business. it also comes with public wifi for your customers. not so with internet from the phone company. i would email the phone company to inquire as to why they have shortchanged these customers. but that would require wifi. switch to comcast business internet and get two wifi networks included. comcast business built for business. >>> we're following a breaking news story out of california. a 200 acre brushfire. look at this, in san bernardino county. live pictures courtesy of our affiliate ktla. the the fire burning in largo coup ka month ga. we don't have word on how much homes are affected. we'll update you as we get more information. but a california brushfire is forcing serious evacuations right now. >>> other news we're following in politic, name recognition can help or hurt. two help withi
for president than simply a clinton or a bush. corey, do you think americans are over political dynasties? >> when they stop voting for the members of those political dynasties, yeah. then they'll really be over it. i think americans always want expanded choice. but the truth of the matter is, this is a -- america runs on a two-party system. and we've seen time and again that candidates who aren't anointed by those two parties don't get very far. especially in a general election. >> it's certainly something i personally as a voter lament. that there's not more space outside of that rigid two-party system. howard, within that two-party system and within those dynasties, the numbers we're looking at right now to this latest poll are 48% viewing clinton positively. 32% viewing her negatively. on the other hand, 21% viewing jeb bush positively and even more, 32% viewing him negatively. what do you think of this question of whether 2016 is going to be a dynastic drag race if you will? >> i think it's way too early to say that. i think somebody is going to run against hillary. maybe several peo
many bushes and too many clintons. even though hillary clinton -- 69% agree with what barbara bush said to matt lauer on the "today" show. we need somebody other than these two families. >> i feel like there's this fundamental disconnect, andrea. which is 7 in 10 people say, yes, we're done with these political dynasties. and then who are the two candidates that certainly are at or near the top? hillary clinton's case, at the top. jeb bush's case at the top or near the top. it's jeb bush and hillary clinton. if you don't like political dynasties, here's a hint, american electorate. don't vote for american dynasties. fascinating. not that people can't hold two different notions in their head. but on that question, it's kind of remarkable. >> by the way, though, the question is important for this reason. it is her fundamental problem, hillary clinton's problem, going to be potential problem. we don't know. is how does she look like the future? what we saw in the answer to that question is americans always believe in looking to the future. we want to always look ahead. we don't look liking
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and certain clinton. hillary clinton, the former secretary of state, beating jeb bush, the former governor of florida, by a lot in this poll. somewhere around 53% i think overall. we're joined now by our chief political correspondent candy crowley live from washington. this is candy's first appearance on this hour too. we're very lucky to have you here. >> awfully nice to be with you guys. >> clinton versus bush. i feel like i've heard this before. >> it's a rerun. >> yes, it's a terrible echo in here. absolutely. and i think -- we can all say, look, polls are snapshots sometimes. if an election were held today between these two people, perhaps this is how it would turn out. but it's not going to happen today. and it's probably not going to be those two people unless we're really prescient. i think what i gather from this is that the bush name continues to be a drag nationally. i think things look very good for republicans in these midterm elections, in the senate races and the house races. nationally, the republicans have a problem. and it remains. and it's not the bush name in general, i
bushs." with hillary clinton and jeb bush mentioned as possible frontrunners in 2016, do you agree? 69% of people said yes, and more than the same two or three families should run. >>> a dramatic rescue in england tuesday from the top of a historic cathedral. a 68-year-old woman fell more than 20 feet from a roof of the wells cathedral and landed between two turrets. she suffered hip, arm, and leg injuries and was stuck there for three hours. a rescue helicopter was called in to pull her to safety. tours have been cancelled at the cathedral until the investigation is complete. >>> opportunities to catch a foul ball at a major league baseball game are few and far between. some baseball fans may never get that chance. but when you do, it should never come at the expense of your date. so watch this guy at a diamondbacks-rockies game in phoenix. goes for the one-handed catch. but he manages to dump at least half of his beer on the woman to his right. needless to say, she was not even one bit amused there. >> don't even say anything about the loss of the beer. >> oh, the humanity. >> natali
ash tie that bodes well for the republicans and hillary clinton hurting a bit from the barbara bush rule. money matters. a rare sight in the next hour with former supreme court justice john paul stevens testifying on capitol hill. and banned for life. the nba commissioner says there's what legal case to oust the clippers owner from the league. we'll get reaction from hall of fame are isaiah thomas. good morning from a very rainy washington. it's the last day of april, april 30, 2014. i'm chuck todd. i'm jet lagged but i don't know how. i don't know what day it is. we'll have the latest on the flooding and the tornadoes in just a few minutes. right now i want to get to my first read of the morning and it's all about the new poll. there's good news for the president, his poll numbers are better. the bad news, the numbers still aren't good. his numbers are the highest in months, but that job rating is still just 44%, well under a number that's likely to make endangered democrats feel secure heading into the mid-terms. as one pollster puts it, it's the difference between going from five
rather not see. maybe and necks and estranged family members. and in knowing the clintons are ready for current boss. well there's now a knack for that to treat you don't ever have to experience that again. >> this new free app called split want to summon you do not want to run to has entered your facility. it's basically like a social mac tracker. it helps to avoid them. the people you want to avoid. it works by gathering a user's existing contact information and social efforts mission of public social data from facebook twitter instagram and four square. the split users select people to avoid this ganz the area for these avoid. the app can also let users see who was hanging out with your avoid these. aken to you locations where your avoid these frequent to help you stay clear. it can alert to this and avoided person is attending an event you plan on attending. good or bad the split at right now is receiving a lot of votes. maybe it can become something that people use on a daily basis. dave slate kron4 news. >> revealed. this time with it's only 88 percent beef-- so whats in the o
for them. so far, hillary clinton is far outpacing two of her owe terrible gop rivals when it comes to favorability. the foresecretary of state is viewed significantly more positively than former governor jeb bush or senator rand paul. >> chuck todd, obama's approval ratings holding pretty steady. affordable care act stuck in the mid-30s. what's it mean? >> it's an important development in the last six months, joe, if you look at it both the president's approval rating and the health care numbers, basically the approval rating of the health care law are at six-month highs. meaning they're basically back to where they were the week before the website debacle. we were in the field, basically government shutdown, right when before we new the website was a total disaster. >> but it was like 36%? >> that's my point. and it had gotten worse over the last six months. the point of the poll is this, joe. the poll numbers are better, they're still not good, okay? there is slight improvement on the health care law. and that directly related to slight improvement for president obama. because wh
far, hillary clinton is far outpacing two of her potential gop rivals when if comes to favorability. the former secretary of state is viewed significantly more positively than former governor jeb bush or senator ransd paul. >>> the states in the south are recovering from yet another day of wild weather. tornados sweeping through at least five different counties in north carolina. the twisters damaged buildings and caused flash flooding. fortunately no deaths were reported. still, the weather system took a devastating toll with storms being blamed for at least 35 deaths in the south. among the victims, daniel wassome, a iraq-war vet who died protecting his wife and two daughters from debris. >> it shows what a great daddy he was. he loved his girls. loved his wife. what a great son he was, you know. you couldn't ask for a better son. >> so heartbreaking for all of those families who have lost somebody. >> wassome's wife and daughters, they all survived. >>> the add obama administration is unveiling a ruling that uphold, the power of the epa to enforce the clean air act in what has be
and bill clinton through all the way to home plate. however, if you're looking for acrobatics, nobody beats the first pitch from cirque de soleit. but for every twist in success there has been something like this ... that is the howard stonstern producer ny taking out the umpire with his first pitch. >> i was hoping that would not end up on television. >> at the white sox have seen their share of sales. bozo took a tumble. justin bieber got to the plate even if it was outside. but nobody was safe when the manchester united player took the upper mount. not sure where cincinnati mayor was trying to throw this one. >> is waiting for it. he almost had to go to the alley before he could come up with that. >> perhaps she had jet lag when she threw her pitch into home plate in japan. but maybe the worst the first pitch of all time came from this singer. >> it was a great effort. >> tampa bay race game. don't know if they ever called her back. then there is just the weird ones. charlie brown doing his best to hit the glove of the pittsburgh pirates parent. bill murray did the honors in 2012. >> i g
's according to news accounts. 13 minutes after the first drug was given to inmate clinton lockett, still alive, writhing on the gurney, shaking uncontrollably according to several witnesses. it use aid new three drug combination but it failed. so about 20 minutes into lockett's execution it was halted officially by the department's director, but he did not survive, the inmate. >> at approximately 7:06, inmate suffered what appears to be a massive heart attack and passed away. that is it. that is all of my statement. that is all the information i have at this time. >> the second execution for inmate charles warner that was scheduled for later this evening has now been officially delayed for a term of 14 days. joining us now on the phone, is enterprise editor for the tulsa world newspaper, eva brandsetter, she witnessed the botched execution and is here to report on what she saw. what happened. what did you see, what do we know about the botched execution. the fourth i have witnessed. the three problem free. it started later than the others. 6:23. 13 minutes into the execution after he had been
it was abused? >> well, going way back to my days as a cartel prosecutor in the clinton administration, records, data on phones, and in those days, it was not so much cell phones, but their work some cell phones, it was crucial in the investigations that brought down the cartels, and in the cases before the supreme boards, the data was crucial, as well. in one case, there were gang videos. it was a gang retribution murder case, and in another case, there was data that identify the home of the person who was arrested, that then led the police to go there and search the home and find lots of guns and drugs and other things, and in both of these cases, the data was crucial, but the question was, was it time sensitive? did they needed at that moment, or could they have gone to a judge and secured a warrant? they'd in both cases had probable cause. i tell my friends to be conservative on these things. if you can get a warrant, get a warrant and, because you do not want to put the fate of all police actions on the court, and they could make bad law. >> ok, we are watching matt. brian cunningham, seni
to protect obama and hillary clinton. the lawyer said there's one last thing and this is their one last thing and i think it's professionally repugnant, you cannot behind a suggestion that well maybe a reporter didn't ask that specific question. these emails were redacted, sent to the committee and the only reason that we know about them daw is because judicial watch actually sued the administration and got the actual document. >> yeah. you are exactly right. charles, do you think this is a game changer or is some saying this is overblown, it doesn't conflict what the white house has told us thus far and it's meaningless? >> it's wrong in all of those counts. it is in conflict with what we've been told, with what jay carney has been saying and that is their story has always been this all stuff came from the cia, from intelligence, so it was completely clean. now we know from morell who testified under oath, he at the time was the deputy director of the cia that he never brought up the video so it didn't come from him that leaves onlile white house and the state department. we now have the smo
, may have been the difference in the obama campaign meeting hillary clinton. >> i think when she met barack obama and met him because she didn't d an interview with barack obama, she walked out of that interview saying wow, so when he announced that he was going to run for president of the united states, she wanted to do anything she could to help him. she had never done that with anybody before. i think that that made a difference. but i also think barack obama inspired things in people that people hadn't seen in years. >> >> reporter: with the tv show coming to an end and "o" magazine going strong, winfrey set off on a new challenge, creating own, the oprah winfrey network. it got off to a rocky start. >> went through a period thinking, boy, i was number one for 25 years, and now that doesn't matter. there was all of this, you know, we call them haters who were almost celebrating that it was so difficult for her. that was jarring, but that didn't deter it. it just made her think i've got to work harder and she went in and took a close look at well, this doesn't work. she has a frie
with president clinton -- putin? if we are going to be effective, we need to take as much as we can out of the public arena and deal privately with these issues. when it has become a contest between our presidents, who can do what to the other, it becomes, i think, very emotional , and tends to push things in the wrong direction. so i would hope, having done some of the sanctions that we promised, when we promised them, we have to do them. try, to the maximum, to go private. in particular, i think where we can be most helpful is convincing the authorities in kiev to come to any reasonable terms that the russians are asking. publicly at least they are asking for a federal constitution. they are asking for equal treatment of the russian and ukrainian languages and asking for a pledge of neutrality. i think all of those three demands on the surface are reasonable. quietly to me working with the ukrainians in kiev and the europeans is going to be more helpful than the sanctions. ambassador, what could the obama administration do differently than previous administrations had done in the past
obama, hillary clinton. politics in your future. he said he is not looking to get into politics. yes he what -- guess what he thinks is our future from a political standpoint. politics.s they are educating our children. you come out the womb and you know how to use that. that is crazy. when was the last time an infant just one-year-old could operate a tool that sophisticated that adults use and do business with. apple is an amazing company. i think tomorrow politics will change. >> it is interesting. when he answered apple, i thought our you kidding me, but it is -- i thought are you kidding me, but it is about -- you absorb it and thought about what it meant. now the amount of information we have, that you can create and put out there. he talked about 3-d printing, creating your own content on youtube. no longer are the world's influencers telling us how to think and live. >> it reminds me of the media theorist who said the medium is the message. you used to get your information in a newspaper. now it is being delivered to you by these new platforms that companies like apple and google
country doesn't care. it goes back to the first bush, then clinton, then the second bush, and now obama. remember dana priest from 2007 exposed walter reed and that washington post and everybody in shock about that? she exposed so much of the environment they were in with roaches and rats everywhere and the conditions and how they were being treated, our vets. >> i've been to walter reed. walter reed was amazing to me in terms of the level or rehabilitation they would be able to provide these guys. >> this has been going on for years. >> the abuse. >> the abuse, the negligence, the lack of any kind of real care. i mean, we know vets where they go in for care and months later they are treated. they have to constantly be on them to get their basic care. >> listen, i mean no disrespect, these are our heros that put everything on the line for us. most people treat their dogs and cats better than we're treating -- >> i know. >> they have better health care, dogs and cats. >> they do. >> what happened here is not about ocbama or bush but coming up with a mandate, we guarantee that you'll be s
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